|Martian Gothic: Unification - Coulis|
Martian Gothic: Unification (a.k.a. Martian Gothic) is a survival horror game for the PlayStation and PC. It was developed by Creative Reality and published by Take-Two Interactive. It's not as bad as Overblood but it gets really weird sometimes. The voice acting is dreadful and there is a lot of weirdly inserted jokes. The LP is partially blind. I never played the game but I have a walkthrough with me...
Keywords: let's play; Coulis; Martian Gothic: Unification
|Mass Effect - Maxwell Adams|
When you hear the term 'RPG', you probably think of a game developed in Japan that has a linear story, non-interactive dialog, and lots of menus. The American style of RPG does things differently. They place a big focus on shooting bad guys in the face and making decisions. The Mass Effect series is a prime example of the American style RPG, even if the company that made it happens to technically be Canadian...
Keywords: let's play; Maxwell Adams; Mass Effect
|Master Quest Three Heart Challenge - SeriousSirrus|
Three Heart Challenge Videos! Hello everyone! As the little title I've placed above states, I'll be doing a three heart run of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time/Master Quest. A couple months ago, Maxwell and I had an agreement in which I would be posting these three heart challenge vids within his Master Quest thread. I will be posting these videos in progression following along with Maxwell as he posts his own videos...
Keywords: let's play; master quest; serioussirrus
|Mega Man - Simply Simon|
Mega Man is basically quite a simple game. You've got run, jump and shoot and...that's about it, to start with. What makes it interesting is the way you can play the game, that is, any way you want. With six stages to choose from and a boss at the end of each that will give you his weapon if you beat him, the path you choose is entirely up to you. It's a concept that's been THE main selling point for most Mega Man games to date, and it alone makes those games lots and lots of fun...
Keywords: let's play; Simply Simon; Mega Man
|Mega Man 2 - Simply Simon|
Mega Man 1 is a decent game and for its time actually really good. It still had a lot of flaws, most of which I think I could cover decently in the LP of it. One year later, Mega Man 2 set out to eradicate those flaws, and it did so quite thoroughly. Almost everything that's badly thought through, unpolished or plain stupid in the first game got removed, and a ton of useful new features and gameplay elements were added...
Keywords: let's play; Simply Simon; Mega Man 2
|Mega Man 2 - Oyster|
Hey look guys, it's Megaman 2! Since my Megaman thread went so well and it has been a long time since MM2 was done, not to mention the archives ate some updates, I decided to do it again. Race Info:I have decided to do a race of this game after I have defeated the final incarnation of Wily. There will be prizes for first and last place. To participate, two things are required: Skype and a way to record your screen and commentary...
Keywords: let's play; mega man 2; 2008
|Mega Man 3 - Simply Simon|
The first game was far ahead of its competition, but overlooked. The second ironed out most if the flaws and was a groundbreaking success. The sequel was inevitable - but now, with time and money on their hands, the developers could focus on making it not only quite good, but near-perfect; they had the ideal foundations for this task. And boy, they succeeded. Apart from one glaring issue and a few details your mileage might vary on, Mega Man 3 is about as good a game as they get - for its time, ...
Keywords: let's play; Simply Simon; Mega Man 3
|Mega Man 3 - Oyster|
Before I get started, some info for those of you who are new to Oyster Mega Man LPs and for those of you who hate the size of Oyster MM OPs, here's how it's going to work this time: I play each level with a level condition and a boss condition, decided by you viewers. If you would like to make a level condition, designyour own robot master. Feel free to submit anything that hasn't been used before in a normal Megaman game (counting classic, X, Zero, ZX, I realize not everyone knows or cares abou...
Keywords: let's play; oyster; mega man 3
|Mega Man Battle Network WS - Zackcat|
Megaman.EXE WS is a game in the MegaMan Battle Network series that is a retelling of seasons one and two of the Megaman Battle Network anime. Essentially, the game allows players to "live" the anime. Like Mega Man Network Transmission on the GameCube, Rockman.EXE WS is a side-scrolling action-platforming-RPG, rather than the RPG that the other games in the series are. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; Zackcat; Mega Man Battle Network WS
|Mega Man Zero - judge reinhold|
The Mega Man Zero series is the successor to the Mega Man X story line. 100 years have passed since the end of the Maverick Wars that were front and center for the X series, and Mega Man X and Zero seem to have vanished. A shadowy government begins persecuting Reploids (robots meant to look like humans) by "retiring" them, and a human scientist girl named Ciel seeks out Zero to aid her Reploid comrades...
Keywords: let's play; judge reinhold; Mega Man Zero
|Megaman I - V (Gameboy) - Vprisoner|
Welcome, one and all, to the Let's Play Megaman Handheld thread! What began as a humble journey through the Classic Gameboy games, from Megaman I to V, has now become an LP of every Megaman handheld game known to man, thanks to the pledged efforts of Solar System Bus, Oyster, and myself. Original Archived Version available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; megaman; vprisoner
|Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance - Chip Cheezum, General Ironicus|
Metal Gear Solid 2 is a weird game. Metal Gear is usually weird, but this is the strangest of them all. You might start to worry when you can't make sense of the game anymore, but don't! It all makes sense in the end. Or not. Maybe? We'll just have to wait and see. This LP goes through Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, a re-release of MGS2: Sons of Liberty that contains a shitload of VR Missions, alternate storylines, skateboarding and more...
Keywords: let's play; Chip Cheezum, General Ironicus; Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
|Metal Gear Solid 3 - Chip Cheezum|
Metal Gear Solid 3 was released on November 17th, 2004. It's pretty much the best game ever because you can throw snakes at the faces of guys and they wrassle with 'em. We're playing the re-release of MGS3 that uses a much better camera system and has extra crap. We'll be playing that crap too. The MGS games have a lot of cutscenes, although this game is a little bit better with the spacing of them, except at the beginning...
Keywords: let's play; chip cheezum; metal gear solid 3
|Metal Wolf Chaos - Genpei Turtle|
"What the christ?" doesn't even begin to describe this game. In case you haven't heard of it, Metal Wolf Chaos is a Japan-only XBox game, and it's one of the most insane games I've ever played. The basic plot is as follows: You play the President of the United States, and run around in a giant robot suit blowing up major American cities and landmarks. Original archived version available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; metal wolf chaos; genpei turtle
|Metroid: Other M - Maple Leaf|
That’s right! Metroid: Other M was released for the Nintendo Wii in North America on August 31st, 2010. It was the first Japan-made Metroid game since Zero Mission, and was developed by a group calling themselves “Project M”, consisting of members from Nintendo, Team Ninja (Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden), and D-Rockets (cutscenes). It was developed, published, and written by a long-haired Japanese hippy named Yoshio Sakamoto, a man who also directed every Metroid game excluding the original ...
Keywords: let's play; Maple Leaf; Metroid: Other M
|Mike Tyson's Punch-Out! - TheWanderer|
Well, Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! is a game for the NES where you play as a young boxer named Little Mac who fights his way up the ranks, but most of Little Mac’s opponents in this game are way out of his weight class. This was made back in 1987 and it was suppose to be a port of an arcade version of the game also made by Nintendo. However, because the NES could not support the same graphics as the arcade version they simplified the graphics so that the NES would be able support them...
Keywords: let's play; mike tyson's punch-out; thewanderer
Downloads: 5,062 (1 review)
|Mirror's Edge - VivaVizer|
Mirror's Edge is a first person platformer with some gun play developed by EA DICE. It was released on PS3 and XBox 360 in November 2008 and a Windows version was released January 2009. A Time Trial Map Pack was released for the game in February 2009 but it is incompatible with the Steam version of Mirror's Edge. The game is set in an unnamed dystopian city that seems to be safe and comfortable at its pristine surface but only made possible by its totalitarian regime...
Keywords: let's play; VivaVizer; Mirror's Edge
|Misadventures of Tron Bonne - Outlaw Moogle & Jacobus Spades|
From the not-so-brilliant minds of Let's Play Sin & Punishment, it's Let Play The Misadventures of Tron Bonne! Watch and listen as Jacobus Spades and I delve deep into the little known spin-off of the Megaman Legends series released in 2000. The game (obviously) stars Tron Bonne, the female pirate and rival of Megaman Trigger, as she tries to work off her big brother Tiesel Bonne's debt to the horny loan shark Loathe...
Keywords: let's play; jacobus spades; outlaw moogle; misadventures of tron bonne
|Mission Impossible - DO IT TO IT|
What is this? We'll be playing the Nintendo 64 version of Mission: Impossible. This game is based on the 1996 film of the same name, staring Tom Cruise. The game itself was released on July 18, 1998. The game was actually canceled in Japan and delayed for over a year in America. What can I expect from this LP? While we have a limited knowledge of the game and have played through a few early levels, we will largely be flying blind through this LP...
Keywords: let's play; DO IT TO IT; Mission Impossible
|Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon - MiniFoo|
Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon, known as Ganbare Goemon: Neo Momoyama Bakufu no Odori (がんばれゴエモン~ネオ桃山幕府のおどり, lit. "Go for it, Goemon ~Dance of the Neo Peach Mountain Shogunate~") in Japan, is a video game released by Konami for the Nintendo 64 on August 7, 1997 in Japan and April 16, 1998 in North America as the fifth entry in the Ganbare Goemon series. It was one of only four Ganbare Goemon games released in North America (after Legend of the Mystical Ninja, a...
Keywords: let's play; MiniFoo; Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon
|Myth: The Fallen Lords - Johnny Law|
Myth:TFL is a "real-time tactical" game released for Mac and PC in 1997 by Bungie Studios. In defiance of established RTS conventions, it has no base-building, resource-gathering, or tech tree. What it does have is a collection of unusual or groundbreaking features such as 3D terrain, ballistic and collision physics, squad formations, a free-rotating player POV, and hardware-accelerated graphics that (thanks to maintenance from the fanbase) are still easy on the eyes...
Keywords: let's play; johnny law; myth: the fallen lords
Downloads: 1,881 (1 review)